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  • Nov 1, 1978
    Tanya Tucker gets booed for a rock-influenced performance on the Grand Ole Opry
    Nov 1, 1978
    Steve Martin picks up a gold album from the RIAA for the comedy project "A Wild And Crazy Guy." It features his single "King Tut," with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band backing him under the monicker the Toot Uncommons
    Nov 1, 1978
    Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius remake the Neil Diamond & Barbra Streisand duet "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" at RCA Studio A in Nashville
    Nov 1, 1978
    Crystal Gayle sings "Talking In Your Sleep" on the NBC series "Dick Clark's Live Wednesday" with Rita Moreno, David Brenner and Victor Borge
    Nov 1, 1978
    MCA releases Tanya Tucker's "Texas (When I Die)," written by Ed Bruce, Patsy Bruce and Bobby Borchers
    Nov 2, 1978
    Razzy Bailey records "Tonight She's Gonna Love Me (Like There's No Tomorrow)" during an evening session at the Soundshop in Nashville
    Nov 3, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases Emmylou Harris' "Profile: Best Of Emmylou Harris"
    Nov 3, 1978
    Razzy Bailey records "If Love Had A Face" at Nashville's Soundshop
    Nov 3, 1978
    Loretta Lynn stops by in the week's episode of "Hee Haw Honeys"
    Nov 4, 1978
    They're both a little bit country: Marie Osmond guests on the syndicated TV series "The Donna Fargo Show"

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